Germany is home to some very lovely and storied sports cars, many of which we've driven and enjoyed. You'd think that Germany's citizens, then, would be buying them up left and right. Well, last month, a new challenger appeared and walked away with the sales crown. And it's a.
According to data from the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA), Ford sold 780 German Mustangs in March. That was enough to top the (708 units sold), the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe (532) and even Porsche's revered (752). That's an impressive crowd to push past.
The Mustang loses its crown, however, when using year-to-date numbers. Between January and the end of March, Ford pushed 1,823 Mustangs out the door, compared to 2,299 Audi TTs. It still beat the 911, which totaled 1,811 sales, but price disparity likely plays a part there -- the base Mustang starts at €34,000 ($38,755), whereas a 911 starts at €96,605 ($110,112).
KBA's sales data has some other interesting tidbits, as well. Despite being very old, BMW sold 163in March. Chevrolet sold 79 , and Subaru sold a grand total of seven . Ferrari managed to convince just one person to buy the all-wheel-drive FF, as well.